Official 2022 Miami Grand Prix Thread ***SPOILERS***

Official 2022 Miami Grand Prix Thread ***SPOILERS***

Poll: Official 2022 Miami Grand Prix Thread ***SPOILERS***

Total Members Polled: 223

Hamilton: 5%
Russell: 8%
Verstappen: 38%
Perez: 5%
Leclerc: 28%
Sainz: 4%
Norris: 8%
Ricciardo: 1%
Vettel: 1%
Alonso: 1%
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cgt2

2,923 posts

165 months

Thursday 12th May
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Sandpit Steve said:
Awesome video, and a great example of how the whole car community in Miami embraced the event.

“Reluctantly, I had to tell my wife I was going back to the circuit on Saturday to drive the SP1 around a parade lap”. biggrin
John's channel is worth subscribing to, very down to earth guy and has some amazing machinery through his showroom. Interesting that so many diverse people have such a positive impression of Charles, underlines to me what a good champion he would potentially be.

There is no chance in 2022 of the insurance people allowing F1 drivers to take an old Ferrari out on public roads just before a GP but fair play for offering.

ajprice

22,724 posts

173 months

Friday 13th May
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Ferrari filming day at Monza, getting some top speed setup work in after Miami? https://twitter.com/lukemotorsport/status/15251371...

The Moose

21,698 posts

186 months

Friday 13th May
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TheDeuce said:
The race was 'Ok' in my opinion and to be fair I can see how a couple of earlier incidents could easily have occurred that would have shaken up the strategy and put cars out of position early on, leading to a far more eventful race. I think we were just a bit unlucky that everything went far smoother than was expected here. In future years, it may well play out entirely differently - in fact I expect most outings here it will.
It needs to be later in the year so it'll more likely rain - then job jobbed

The Moose

21,698 posts

186 months

Friday 13th May
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jimPH said:
Paul usually follows up praise with a swift stab in the back of either Horner, RB, Marko or Max with the odd sprinkling of Jos. Rarely a paragraph passes without some character assassination or comments on driving skills.
As much as I hate to agree with Paul, he's often spot on*!

ETA: *in the F1 threads hehe

Edited by The Moose on Saturday 14th May 14:54

talksthetorque

10,298 posts

112 months

Sunday 15th May
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The Moose said:
TheDeuce said:
The race was 'Ok' in my opinion and to be fair I can see how a couple of earlier incidents could easily have occurred that would have shaken up the strategy and put cars out of position early on, leading to a far more eventful race. I think we were just a bit unlucky that everything went far smoother than was expected here. In future years, it may well play out entirely differently - in fact I expect most outings here it will.
It needs to be later in the year so it'll more likely rain - then job jobbed
Like in Hurricane Season?

paulguitar

15,545 posts

90 months

Monday 16th May
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The Moose said:
jimPH said:
Paul usually follows up praise with a swift stab in the back of either Horner, RB, Marko or Max with the odd sprinkling of Jos. Rarely a paragraph passes without some character assassination or comments on driving skills.
As much as I hate to agree with Paul, he's often spot on*!

ETA: *in the F1 threads hehe

Edited by The Moose on Saturday 14th May 14:54
Deep down, you know I'm right about everything, Moose. wink